We suspect a small group of SPPD officers are working with criminal organizations. Investigate these recent break-ins where the suspected officers were first on the scene.
We have a group of SPPD officers in our pocket, feeding us information and making evidence disappear. Stop Enforcers from investigating these recent break-ins and uncovering our sources.
The officers' prints and shoe marks are in places that would suggest they committed the break-ins. Scan this antenna to tap into their police radios and download any useful evidence.
Enforcers suspect our paid-off cops and are looking for evidence of our having contacted them. Stop the 'Forcers from scanning this antenna to tap into our cell phone records.
The SPPD officers made the calls through one of SPiN's encrypted VOIP services. Scan this satellite dish to access the archived calls.
Recordings of our cell phone conversations with the SPPD officers have been found on the telecom company's servers. Stop the Enforcers from hacking this satellite dish and downloading them.
The VOIP service still had the calls in their archives - irrefutable proof of the SPPD officers' involvement with Criminals. Raid the last known locations of the officers and pick up evidence.
The archived calls prove that several SPPD officers are working with us. Stop the 'Forcers raiding the last known locations of the officers until we can get them out of San Paro.
The officers must've felt that someone was closing in on them, and they fled San Paro. Drop off the police badges you found to our lockup. SPPD Internal Affairs can take it from there.
Shit! The Enforcers found a cop's badge. It could lead them to our other friends within the SPPD. Stop the 'Forcers from dropping off the evidence they found.
The intel we recovered points to the Criminal staging ground. Capture the area.
Those calls must've given the Enforcers enough evidence to lead them to us. Defend our block and don't let them get close.